United Public Workers for Action

SF Meeting
Lessons of The Elections, Trump, Unions
And The Working Class
What Is Happening, What Does It Mean And How Do We Fight Back

Sunday November 27, 2016 1:00 PM
At: San Francisco Main Public Library
Latino Room B - Ground Floor
100 Larkin St. SF
Near Market and Civic Center BART Station
Wheelchair accessible

The election of the most reactionary president in the history of the United States is a threat to all working people, unions, minorities and youth. Trump has announced he will round up 2 to 3 million immigrant workers and they have plans to privatize all public services and destroy organized labor. He is already appointing neo-fascists, anti-Semites and racists like Stephen K. Bannon to top positions. This is a dangerous situation for all working people in the US and around the world. Charter privatizers and union busters are also on a rampage to total destroying public education, the post office and the question is where are our unions and the labor movement?
This forum will report on the what happened in the election and what working people and the unions need to do to defend ourselves including protecting public services, stopping privatization and defending against the epidemic of racist attacks on African Americans, Latinos, Muslims, native Americans and Asians as well as attacks on women and the LGBT community.

Initial Speakers:
Brenda Barros, SEIU 1021 SF General Hospital Chapter Chair
George Wright, Retired Professor Skyline College AFT 1493
Angela Bibb-Barrett, Chief Steward NALC 214
Kristin Jones, United Teachers Of Richmond UTR
Rick Baum, AFT 2121 member CCSF Faculty
Lisa Milos, UCSF CWA UPTE Local 9119 member

For more information: United Public Workers For Action
www.upwa.info (415) 282-1908
This is not an event sponsored by the San Francisco Public Library